MOONARIE DREAMING - BY ELLEN MEADS
Often with climbing in Australia and elsewhere in the world, our lofty crags, bluffs, and sunlit walls are places that hold spiritual and cultural significance to many. Moonarie dreaming is both an acknowledgment of deep roots but also a communion that celebrates the magic we can experience in these places.
ELLE VAN UDEN: THE MOVEMENT OF ART - BY ANGUS TAYLOR
Art is expression, and expression can be art. If climbing is expression, can it also be art? For Elle van Uden, climbing and art enjoy a symbiotic relationship, one that, while no stranger to challenges, accentuates style, gratification, and evolution.
STUART SIMONS: DRIVE - INTERVIEW
When he’s not sending some of the Blueys most stout routes, Stu also has a penchant for a red racing car and drifting it on the track like a puck on an ice rink. We chatted about how he manages to balance the two, and how drifting compliments the sends.
THE SUBLIME AND THE ANALOGIC - BY ALEX LING
Alex Ling brings his academic background to the climbing field, exploring the historical and philosophical roots of the terms ‘delight’ and ‘sublime’ in a short essay with a surprising end.
AND MORE STORIES AND ART BY:
Brecon Littleford / RUMBLR
Matti Puckridge / PRIMETOCLIMB